Lobstermen, fishermen, and other seafood harvesters weighed down by trade war fallout are newly eligible for a bailout. The Department of Agriculture’s Seafood Trade Relief Program mirrors assistance the Trump administration provided to Midwest farmers, putting half-a-billion dollars on the table. But as Kyle Midura explains, those feeling the biggest pinch may not get any help at all. He speaks with Kristan Porter, a lobsterman and president of the Maine Lobstermen's Association, Michael Donihue, a Colby College economics professor, and White House Economic Policy Advisor Peter Navarro.
Sen. Sherrod Brown and Representatives Marcy Kaptur, Marcia Fudge, Joyce Beatty, and Tim Ryan write letter to Ohio Secretary of State, calling on him to cover the cost of postage for the state's voters.
The president unleashed a barrage of tweets Thursday morning, some in an effort to change the subject, and others taking on the Woodward book head-on, defending his comments and charging the media with conspiring against him.
Once results are in following Tuesday's New Hampshire primary, the state's general election ballot will be set in stone. Kyle Midura looks into how Granite State races may be affected by the presidential race between President Donald Trump and Democratic Nominee Joe Biden.
Polls show President Trump and fmr. V.P. Joe Biden in a tight race, even as the Buckeye State leans further right. Washington Correspondent Kyle Midura looks into why, and what it means for 2020 and beyond.
In a Tuesday afternoon digital gaggle with the D.C. press corps, Brown tackled questions about next week’s virtual Democratic National Convention. He discusses the VEEPstakes, former Gov. John Kasich's (R-Ohio) role as a keynote speaker backing Biden, and what he hopes comes out of this year's virtual gathering.